Best Time to go: March to October
Health and Saftey :
A yellow fever certificate is required if arriving from Infected Areas. Malaria is a risk in the northern regions of Namibia during the rainy seasons. Visitors should ensure their polio vaccinations are up to date. Visitors should drink only boiled or bottled water and avoid ice in drinks. There are good medical facilities but medical insurance is important as treatments can be expensive.
Namibia’s official currency is the Namibian Dollar (NAD). Its value is the same as that of the South African Rand and the Rand can be used in Namibia. Major Credit Cards are accepted and foreign currency and traveller’s cheques can be exchanged at any bank or bureau de change. ATM’s are available in larger towns only.
Weather and Climate:
The Rainy season occurs in the summer months, between November and February. With an extremely hot Summer, the Namib Desert should be avoided at this time. The best time to visit is during the Winter Months, preferably during April and June. Wildlife is easier to spot during this time as they congregate at waterholes.
The transportation network in Namibia is excellent and one can travel by Air, on well-maintained Roads as well as by public transportation in the form or Buses, Taxis and Trains.
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